IC Magazine releases “Indigenous Struggles 2013”

IC Magazine releases “Indigenous Struggles 2013”

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March 30, 2014
 

Intercontinental Cry (IC) is pleased to announce the release of its long awaited publication, Indigenous Struggles 2013: Dispatches From The Fourth World.

Starting things off with an insightful introduction by Jeff Corntassel, Cherokee Professor in Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria, this year’s volume holds more than 450 dispatches, guiding you through everything from the Ainu’s trip to Aotearoa to learn from the Maori; to the Oceti Sakowin’s decision to meet after 100 years of silence; to the Munduruku’s declaration of war against the Brazilian government.

Whether you’re a seasoned land rights activist, a stay-at-home mom or a university student who just can’t keep up with their twitter feed, Indigenous Struggles 2013 is an indispensable resource that will make sure you’re aware of some of the most pivotal moments in 2013 concerning the world’s Indigenous Peoples.

How to obtain a copy

As a show of appreciation to our many readers, friends and supporters, we’ve decided to give away the online version of Indigenous Struggles 2013 for free! To download the magazine, just click the following link:

Download (Right mouse click the link and select “Save Link As”):
https://intercontinentalcry.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/IS2013.pdf

For those who want to want something a little more hands on, you can order a print version of Indigenous Struggles 2013 for $15.00 + shipping:

Order a print: https://intercontinentalcry.org/product/indigenous-struggles-2013-dispatches-fourth-world/

For more information and for bulk orders, please contact us by email: info@intercontinentalcry.org

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